Outlier does not affect the median.
An outlier pulls the mean towards it. It does not affect the median and only affects the mode if the mode is itself the outlier.
An outlier can increase or decrease the mean and median It usually doesn't affect the mode
it messes up the mean and sometimes the median. * * * * * An outlier cannot mess up the median.
The mean. Or the mode.
An outlier will pull the mean and median towards itself. The extent to which the mean is affected will depend on the number of observations as well as the magnitude of the outlier. The median will change by a half-step.
The outlier is capable of affecting mean median mode and range it affects mean because the average has changed if affects median because you have to cross out 1 more letter it doesn't affect mode it does affect range because an outlier is a number that i far away from the other numbers * * * * * It does not affect the median.
Calculate the mean, median, and range with the outlier, and then again without the outlier. Then find the difference. Mode will be unaffected by an outlier.
No, median is not an outlier.
The median and mode cannot be outliers. For small samples a mode could be an outlier.
The mean is affected the most by an outlier.
Yes, no, and no. The mean uses all numbers so it WILL be influenced by an outlier (sometimes heavily). The median is the middle number, so it can't be. The mode is the most frequent number, so it really can't be.